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With temperatures hovering below 0 F. and two inches of snow on the ground, the ride up theGary Stevens Buck: 185-Inch Ohio Brute

Gary Stevens Buck: 185-Inch Ohio Brute

With temperatures hovering below 0 F. and two inches of snow on the ground, the ride up the

Tom Cross

When Jared Thiede got his first glimpse of a big buck running across a field back in 2011, he hadJared Thiede Buck: 184-Inch Wisconsin Monster

Jared Thiede Buck: 184-Inch Wisconsin Monster

When Jared Thiede got his first glimpse of a big buck running across a field back in 2011, he

Randy Templeton

Waking up and checking my text messages last November, I realized that in only a short time I'dBill Robinson Buck: 193-Inch Kansas Beast

Bill Robinson Buck: 193-Inch Kansas Beast

Waking up and checking my text messages last November, I realized that in only a short time I'd

Mike Charowhas

The 2012 deer season here in New Brunswick had been over for only a week, but I already wasAlbert Richard Buck: 155-Inch New Brunswick Brute

Albert Richard Buck: 155-Inch New Brunswick Brute

The 2012 deer season here in New Brunswick had been over for only a week, but I already was

Albert Richard

 Photo Courtesy of the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club.

The 2014 hunting season was a busy one forAdam Hupf Buck: 191-Inch Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record

Adam Hupf Buck: 191-Inch Wisconsin Typical Archery State Record

Photo Courtesy of the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club. The 2014 hunting season was a busy one

North American Whitetail Online Staff

Twenty feet up in a huge ash tree, Nick Brown listened to the steady drone of mosquitoes as sweatNick Brown Buck: 171-Inch Kentucky Velvet

Nick Brown Buck: 171-Inch Kentucky Velvet

Twenty feet up in a huge ash tree, Nick Brown listened to the steady drone of mosquitoes as

Bill Cooper

Every year, New York produces some of the Northeast's biggest bucks. In fact, going into last fall,Rick DiBene Buck: 169-Inch New York Brute

Rick DiBene Buck: 169-Inch New York Brute

Every year, New York produces some of the Northeast's biggest bucks. In fact, going into last

Jeff Brown

Over the last 35 years, whitetail hunters in the Southeast have witnessed a remarkable evolution.Earl Williams Buck: 197-Inch Georgia Booner

Earl Williams Buck: 197-Inch Georgia Booner

Over the last 35 years, whitetail hunters in the Southeast have witnessed a remarkable

Bill Cooper

When Jim Jordan shot a massive 10-pointer in Burnett County, Wisconsin, on Nov. 20, 1914, he setThe Jordan Heirs: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the James Jordan Buck

The Jordan Heirs: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the James Jordan Buck

When Jim Jordan shot a massive 10-pointer in Burnett County, Wisconsin, on Nov. 20, 1914, he

Gordon Whittington

You might find this story hard to believe. For my part, I find it hard to decide how toOlivia Miller Buck: 183-Inch Iowa Hoss

Olivia Miller Buck: 183-Inch Iowa Hoss

You might find this story hard to believe. For my part, I find it hard to decide how to

Jason Miller

While firearms season has always been by far the most popular time for Pennsylvanians to hit theMike Duck Buck: 200-Inch Pennsylvania Buck

Mike Duck Buck: 200-Inch Pennsylvania Buck

While firearms season has always been by far the most popular time for Pennsylvanians to hit

Jeff Brown

For 10 years, North American Whitetail TV has been bringing the stories of some of the most iconicThe Best of NAW TV's Big Buck Profiles

The Best of NAW TV's Big Buck Profiles

For 10 years, North American Whitetail TV has been bringing the stories of some of the most

North American Whitetail Online Staff

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